I am running Windows 7 Professional.  When I try to install Flashplayer, I get to step 3, and then the installation will not proceed any further.  A blank dialog box appears, with Adobe Flash Player Installer in the upper left corner.  I have tried to ins

I am running Windows 7 Professional.  When I try to install Flashplayer, I get to step 3, and then the installaion will not proceed any further.  A blank dialog box appears, with Adobe Flash Player Installer in the upper left corner.  I have tried to install on Explorer, Firefox, and Chrome.  Nothing works. Please help.
Thanks/ Scott

1. Restart your computer to stop any Adobe process that is running.
2. Click on the following Adobe  link. Go to the bottom where it says "Still having problems?". Click on the version of Flash Player for your browser.
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